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videlicet

[ wi-dey-li-ket; English vi-del-uh-sit ]SEE DEFINITION OF videlicet

Synonyms for videlicet

  • viz.
  • by way of explanation
  • especially
  • expressly
  • i.e.
  • id est
  • in other words
  • in plain English
  • particularly
  • scilicet
  • specially
  • specifically
  • strictly speaking
  • that is
  • to wit
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIDELICET

Why do I wear breeches and a cocked hat—when I am abroad, videlicet?

Videlicet: in the troubled days of 1856 there was playing at the Sunderland theatre a comedian named Sam Johnson.

Then the Hon. Percival made a speech he half repented of later; videlicet, when he woke next morning.

Junii videlicet feria iiijta ante pentecosten inmediate post nonam erat terre motus magnus per totam Angliam.

Illa petiit quod Sabini in sinistris manibus gererent, videlicet aureos anulos et armillas.

Ejusdem Bachonis fragmenta qudam; videlicet, de multiplicatione et corruptione specierum.

Alchimica; videlicet tres tractatus alchimici, Volvi lapidem, &c.— De quinta essentia Mercurii.

WORD ORIGIN

"namely, to wit," mid-15c., see viz.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VIDELICET

i.e.

abbreviationthat is
  • especially
  • expressly
  • in other words
  • namely
  • particularly
  • scilicet
  • specially
  • specifically
  • videlicet

namely

adverbthat is to say
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